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montana" helmet is spoeft to fit children 8 and up. but tests show it is too big for some 8-year-olds and just right for some adults. >> a helmet should fit snugly even before you tighten the strap. >> level and no more than one or two finger's width above the brow. the straps should form a v under each year and centered under the chin. the brasher tested well and is a best buy for $20. >> you'll need to adjust the bike helmet over time. the straps may stretch or slip as your child grows. replace it every five years or if your child has an accident. >>> this week in living well a crackdown on foot safety especially greens that say prewashed and ready to eat. unfortunately they have been the culprits of widespread food poisoning cases. >> reporter: kelly won't go near salad that comes from a bag. >> you have like a pain in your stomach and the pain was unbelievable. >> reporter: she was infected with e. coli after seating a salad at a washington state restaurant. she said she found out later that the lettuce came from a bag. the mother o. two ended up in the hospital for two weeks
that are going to, uh, you know, if i wanted to move to montana or if i wanted to, uh, take up a new career, there's going to be huge family drama. total meme. whether it's true, mostly unlikely, unless you decide that that's what you wa your life to be. i don't deserve it, a meme. how could there be anything out there in this world that you don't deserve? you are a piece of god. how could the source, how could god create something, anyone that isn't deserving of all of the abundance and all of the prosperity and all of the love that comes from the source. uh, it's not my nature. uh, your nature is your, is, is a meme, the idea that this, you know, that you're shy because you can't do anything about that, it's not my nature. i can't afford it. this is one of my all-time favorites and i'll deal with it a little bit later in the program. the idea that you can't afford to do something is one of the largest mind viruses that have been placed upon you, and it's something that i would urge you to never say again, that you can't afford to do something. do not ever allow money to be a reason why yo
roll. i would give you this one, the testicle festival in clinton, montana. >> what is that about? >> give us a debrief. >> all i can tell you if you go to the website and take a look at it it says have a ball. basically is what it says. i'm not lining. i st. in journalistic way. >> you don't want to lose your job. >> right. it's alleged sometimes you reach. you can look out. >> you're leaning over it now. >> testyfesty.com. >> going from that, we're going to jump from that to miami. safety, i think would be a good deal. great shot out of miami. if you're eating something what they are not serving up in montana. a nice day for fit you don't mind the scattered showers. a few thunderstorms. rough stuff in the last couple of days in central part and up in saint augustine, we showed you that video yesterday. today a little bit better. going up the eastern seaboard into places like philadelphia, like new york, some thunder boomers and mid-day philadelphia some thunderstorms right now. i'll enlarge this shot for you and you can see a few cells moving between allentown and philadelphia.
. >> no my father made $40,000 a year. i'm sorry. >> do you have any idea how much hannah montana makes? >> if i said yes, i should be in the -- >> would it surprise you to know that she makes over $50 million a year? >> right. she didn't ruin the economy. >> don't ask him how much the mayor of las vegas makes, okay? [laughter] >> now, i want to -- here's my question to you, sir. can we agree that someone who runs a major company with thousands if not ten of thousand office employees, who has oversight over bills if not dentals of bills billions of dollars, if that company is well managed, do you have a problem witch that person making as much money as hannah montana makes, and a-rod. >> are you saying that stan o'neill well managed his company? are you saying jim cain was a great ceo? >> i'm asking -- >> look. >> i'm not here to defend ceos who ran their companys into the ground. i think they should -- >> you're here to defend yourself. >> what i'm asking you is, whoa -- don't you believe, sir, that is right it should be the boards of directors and the shareholders, not members of cong
's weird, nick. >> i loved the montana fried chicken. >> there were a lot of laughs in there. you can find all t op nine on our website. we put them up there. >> abc's nick watt. we'll be right back. ( music, toasters popping ) ♪ mmm... hot fudge sundae. ♪ ooh! frosted blueberry?!? ♪ over 25 flavors of kellogg's pop-tarts®. and they're all for fun and fun for all. pop-tarts®. made for fun. ar. t rehego further. >>> thanks for being with us on this sunday morning. hope you have a great one. >> we'll meet you back here next weekend. >> we'll meet you back here next weekend. have a great week, everybody. captions by vitac >>> live, and in hd,h tis is an abc7 news update. >> good morning. staffing changes will begin today at firehouses along the prince george's and montgomery county border. firefighters put formerly stationed at prince george's are being sent elsewhere, and the calverts and house will only be home to a hazardous material unit. capitol heights is of losing all staffing, leaving the house is in hands of volunteers. and an elderly woman was robbed inside her apartment in
, senator baccus of montana, who many do not believe is a democrat. independent voters are the most crucial in terms of general elections. as tony said, the legislative process is sausage-making. some good, some bad -- no one will be totally satisfied. but i do think president obama will sign a bill and it will be called "the health care reform bill." not everyone will be happy. but they have been trying to do this since harry truman. guest: the reason that very liberal chairman head committees -- both parties have done an effective job going through redistricting cycles. we re-draw district lines. both republicans and democrats have put keep members in safe districts. --key members in six districts. that is where the longevity comes from. and addressing your the they lead up to these positions and find themselves out of step with members who come from more competitive districts -- and it keeps them in these positions. guest: it is really the incumbent preservation or both parties make a deal -- do not tamper with my district because we both want to return to serve in office. redistricting
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